1. miss-satan-jr:



    are penguins even real omfg

    Penguins are majestic as fuck


  2. (Source: coalgirls)

  3. hurpadootdoot:




    in Canada they don’t pronounce Z as "zee"

    they pronounce it as "zed" and that is crazy to me

    it sounds like they made a typo when they invented it

    They do that everywhere in the world that’s not America. We do that here in the UK too.
    America is weird man.

  4. shadowdestroyer:


    Japanese Food Party :D

    If I ever have a party in my tummy this is what I’d like.

  5. fierzzz:

    Kojima throwin’ down some wisdom.

  6. (Source: 01012012)

  7. poprocksforbreakfast:


    "hey don’t you have a crush on…"


    that gif is perfectly looped wtf

  8. spellfencing:

    (better size)

    I imagine he’d play similarly to Terra.


    My depiction of Nolann in an emulated Tetsuya Nomura/Dissidia style. Tumblr murders quality so I recommend looking at the linked one. 

    This was fun, though a lot of hard work to be honest. I got a little lazy with the coloring and my hand started hurting a few hours in. But I think I did decent enough for this being my first time doing another artist’s style, and the style itself does Nolann justice.

    References & inspirations: [x][x][x][x]

  9. art-of-swords:

    Two-hand Sword for the Field

    • Dated: partly circa 1520-30
    • Culture: German
    • Measurements: overall length 180 cm. Blade length 132 cm

    The strong double-edged blade of flattened hexagonal section is cut with a shallow fuller at the forte and with additional short fullers over the sides of the ricasso. They are formed with a pair of basal lugs, struck with a mark, a flower, both within the fuller and at the base of the lugs on both sides.

    The later iron hilt of writhen bars, has straight massive quillons with double inner-and outer-rings, the former with chiselled knop terminals and the latter each interrupted by chiselled mouldings. The sword features a large spirally fluted globular pommel and leather-covered grip formed in two moulded stages.

    Source: Copyright © 2014 Hermann Historica

  10. 24 April 2014

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